Fortnite Mobile Has Already Earned $1 Million in Just Three Days

Fortnite Mobile Has Already Earned $1 Million in Just Three Days

Fortnite Mobile Has Already Earned $1 Million in Just Three Days

Fortnite on mobile has become such as huge success very quickly, but that's without the game releasing on Android. It's likely that those revenue numbers will grow significantly when the game is opened up to Android players as well.

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God of War is an action-adventure video game series loosely based on Greek mythology, originally created by David Jaffe at Sony's Santa Monica Studio. Fortnite is that game right now, and its official worldwide mobile launch is just going to make Epic's coffers fill up that much faster.

From the looks of it, game developer Epic Games made a superb move by bringing its ultra-popular Fortnite battle royale phenomenon to mobile devices.


The app launched at the tail end of last week but topped the iOS charts in 47 countries less than 24 hours after launch and ranking within the top 10 in 58 countries.

This means just about third of the revenue that Pokemon Go has earned in its first four days, which equated to about $5 million - it's a lot of money from a lot of eager players who wanted to kit out their characters in one of the most popular battle royale games now out there. Since the beginning of the match, the circle is already formed, and the shrinking countdown begins as soon as you hit the ground. So if you know anyone who actually has got the game, then you know how to get the game. This means that one can get all the features when the full experience comes into play.

The first wave of invites started to go out on Thursday 15th March, giving players the chance to play an early version of the game. The Fortnite announcement only states that it is a "limited-time" mode.

Epic has emailed Fortnite [VIDEO]mobile players that friend invites are now available.

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